Closed Bug 15016 Opened 20 years ago Closed 20 years ago

Linux 09-27 build: Migrate profile, Quit from app will crash.

Categories

(Core Graveyard :: Profile: Migration, defect, P3, major)

x86
Linux

Tracking

(Not tracked)

VERIFIED FIXED

People

(Reporter: laurel, Assigned: dbragg)

Details

Using 1999092708m11 linux 6.0

Using a profile migrated in today's build, Quit from apprunner (from mail or
browser) will crash.  This will happen each and every time you use said profile.
If using a profile migrated from last week's builds (09-23 or 09-24) no crash
will happen upon Quit.

1.  Existing 4.6 profile.
2.  Remove mozilla's registry and any existing moz user files.
3.  Installed the 092708m11 build and ran mozilla-apprunner.sh -installer.
4.  Chose the exisitng 4.6 profile to migrate, migration completed. Mail folders
accessible.
5.  File|quit.

Result:  Crash occurs.  Crash occurs each time I quit from application.

I installed 09-23 build, migrated profile. Installed 09-27 build and used the
09-23 migrated profile. No crash on Quit.
Talkback incident: 13902715
 Call Stack:    (Signature = 0x4049c45c 03e1af50)

  0x4049c45c

  libc.so.6 + 0x17cb9 (0x401e6cb9)
I'm thinking that this isn't a Profile Migrator bug or at least that it's only
part of the bug.  The real problem lies in Apprunner itself.  It's possible that
something being set in a migrated file is causing Apprunner to crash but I can't
tell what it is from the talkback report.  All it says is libc.so.6.

Seth, have you seen anything like this on Linux?  I haven't seen it on Mac or
Windows.
I'm not seeing this in the 10-11 build.

laurel, is this still happening?

it may be fixed already.
No. I haven't seen it in today's build or last week's. I've been using the same
profile(s) as I was when this was written, so maybe it's gone.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Not occurring on 19991011 builds
Product: Core → Core Graveyard
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